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The 2012 Rio Tinto Ride to Conquer Cancer raised $5.2 million for cancer research – making the event the largest single fundraiser in Queensland's history.
Thank you to the 1,519 Riders and 294 crew for making the day a fantastic show of strength.
The money will be used to make a difference to the lives of those with cancer and will support a range of world leading projects at QIMR.
QIMR has announced the first round of research projects funded by the 2012 event, with more to come.
Dr Graham Radford-Smith explaining his grant to research bowel cancer risk
Dr Steven Lane explaining his grant to research acute myeloid leukaemia
Dr Andrea Schuessler explaining her grant to research brain cancer.
Dr Vanessa Beesley explaining GO PRO for cancer care
Dr Carolin Offenhausen researching prostate cancer treatments thanks to the Rio Tinto Ride to Conquer Cancer
Dr Adrian Wiegmans explaining his grant to research how to starve breast cancer cells
Professor Andreas Moller explaining his grant to research breast cancer
Dr Ken Dutton-Regester explaining his grant to research melanoma
The 2011 Rio Tinto Ride to Conquer Cancer raised $4.7 million for cancer research at QIMR.
The 2011 event helped fund projects including: